Jack White And Neil Young Recorded Songs In An Old Timey Vinyl Booth

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04.24.13 4 Comments

The only musician more fascinated with vinyl than Neil Young is Jack White, so it’s fitting that both men spent part of their weekend in a “1947 Voice-o-Graph,” the world’s “only public vinyl record recording booth in the world,” according to NME. 1947 Voice-o-Graph would be a great fake hipster band name, btw.

Jack White laid down a version of Loretta Lynn’s ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter’ in the Third Man Records recording booth during Record Store Day…Neil Young also recorded a song in the booth – as seen via the Third Man Instagram account, pictured below – however, details of his track have not yet been released. (Via)

Until then, here’s White’s excellent “Coal Miner’s Daughter” cover.

(Via NME)

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